Answer questions, solve puzzles, play games and more in this fun and fact-filled activity book all about Archives.

A Case Study of the History of a House and the People Who Lived There, by Kenneth Hewes Barricklo Architect, P.C.

Part 1 of the report and findings of Dr. Joseph E. Diamond, Ph. D., of the archaeological data recovery at the Matthewis Persen House.

A new permanent exhibit at the Matthewis Persen House Museum focused on the first resident of the house Gysbert Van Imbroch c.1661-1665.

A curriculum published by the Ulster County Clerk's Office covering life in Wiltwyck during the 17th century

A curriculum appropriate for fourth, fifth, seventh, and eighth grades. The curriculum gives students an opportunity to examine and interpret archival documents that reveal the social and ..

A PDF of Powerpoint slides focusing on field archaeology featuring images of archaeological finds and techniques

A fun puzzle activity created for the Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial events in 2009.

Why are maps important? Where can you find maps? What can you do with a map? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this fun, ..

Passages of text taken from microfilm provided courtesy of Mr. Craig Carlson, Archivist of the Albany County Hall of Records, Albany, New York.